Church Overview Hope Community Church began on Easter 1994 and is a thriving, non-denominational, multi-site church in Raleigh, NC. This church is open to creative ideas and effective strategies to reaching a diverse audience and engaging them to experience Jesus. We ask that all applicants:

  • Display Christ-like behavior while serving the needs of the church and staff to accomplish the Church’s mission.
  • Affirm and support the mission and beliefs of Hope Community Church.


We’re seeking people to join our team that are passionate about what they do and even more passionate about our mission of transforming people into fully devoted followers of Christ. If you’re interested in pursuing one of the opportunities below, please carefully review the required qualifications then email your resume to with the job title as your subject. No calls, please.

Available Jobs

Full Time, 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday

Role Summary

The IT integrator’s primary duty is to communicate, coordinate and serve as a technical liaison between Hope campuses and ministries and the IT department. This role includes support and training of the ministries and Hope’s primary software tools. The IT Integrator must affirm and support the statement of faith and mission of Hope Community Church. Click for full job description.

Part-Time, up to 28 hours per week, Sunday through Thursday

Role Summary

Share and support the mission of Hope Community Church by creating an accepting and inclusive church environment for vulnerable families, at a campus level. This includes families impacted by special needs, foster families, single parent families and families in crisis. Click for full job description.

Full-time role, 40 hours per week

Role Summary

The primary duty of a KidTowne teacher is to nurture and promote the spiritual, academic and physical needs of children from birth through age 5.  Lead and assistant teachers must ensure the health, safety, and well-being of the children of KidTowne.  Teachers should be an example of Christ-like behaviors, communicating effectively with parents, children, and coworkers, and planning developmentally appropriate curriculum and/or activities.